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Wooram Lee

Associate Professor


  • School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Electrical Engineering

225 Electrical Engineering East


Research Website

Research Areas:

Electromagnetics; Integrated Circuits and Systems

Interest Areas:

High-frequency Integrated Circuits and Systems for Communication and Sensing, Physics-Inspired Novel Circuit Design




  • BS, KAIST, 2001
  • MS, KAIST, 2003
  • Ph D, Cornell University, 2012


Journal Articles

  • Wooram Lee and Alberto Valdes-Garcia, 2021, "W-Band SiGe Frequency Doubler With Optimum Harmonic Termination for 14% Efficiency", IEEE Microwave and Wireless Components Letters, 31, (3), pp. 272-275
  • Wooram Lee, Tolga Dinc and Alberto Valdes-Garcia, 2020, "Multi-Mode 60-GHz Radar Transmitter SoC in 45-nm SOI CMOS", IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits, 55, (5), pp. 1187-1198
  • Wooram Lee and Alberto Valdes-Garcia, 2019, "Continuous True-Time Delay Phase Shifter Using Distributed Inductive and Capacitive Miller Effect", IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques, 67, (7), pp. 3053-3063
  • Wooram Lee, Jean-Olivier Plouchart, Caglar Ozdag, Yigit Aydogan, Mark Yeck, Alper Cabuk, Asim Kepkep, Scott K. Reynolds, Emre Apaydin and Alberto Valdes-Garcia, 2018, "Fully Integrated 94-GHz Dual-Polarized TX and RX Phased Array Chipset in SiGe BiCMOS Operating up to 105 °C", IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits, 53, (9), pp. 2512-2531

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